This trendy salad is easy to make at home and can turn a normal meal into something a little bit more gourmet. Even if you're not a blue cheese fan the combo of apples and/or pears and nuts is refreshing and can be paired with many other cheeses.
Top your yogurt with this nutrient-packed granola baked with applesauce instead of oil for a healthy and filling meal or snack.
This rich, creamy and chocolaty dessert definitely isn't for the weak. A little bit of the buttery cookie crust topped with vanilla-chocolate pudding and whipped cream goes a long way.
Russian Tea Cakes (also known as Mexican Wedding Cookies) remind me of miniature snowballs. In my family, we always make these at Christmas but they are also served at weddings.
I recently made my pumpkin bread in the form of mini muffins. With the addition of chopped walnuts on top and a layer of cream cheese frosting in the middle, I transformed some of them into little cupcake bites, perfect for a dessert party or an afternoon treat.
These rich, no-bake, chocolate nut clusters are so simple to make. And they keep well for a long time in a sealed container in the refrigerator.
This simple hors d'oeuvre is a crowd-pleaser and very easy to make. With the health benefits of grapes and walnuts, it was a perfect addition to my Tapas For a Cure menu.
These muffins are a great source of fiber, protein and vitamins with the oats, nuts and bananas. I like making them in miniature so that they are just the right size for my son.
I submitted this steak recipe to the Beringer Great Steak Competition. One of the criteria is that the steak has to be prepared and plated in 30 minutes. Following the guidelines of the competition, I paired the steak with the Beringer Founder's Estate Merlot.